There is always something in life to be thankful for. Today's storytime focused on the idea of Gratitude and Being Thankful. Be sure to say "Thank You!" to someone special today and also enjoy these lovely books from today's storytime.

Books Read in Storytime

This week we read stories about our cute and fluffy-tailed friends, Squirrels. Did you know that squirrels not only live in trees, but some also live in burrows? Enjoy reading our picks from storytime and some other great squirrel stories this week. See you next week!

From Storytime

Did you miss Storytime this past Thursday? Have no fear! Here are the wonderful books we read and some extra books for you to enjoy all about the amazing world of Art. See you next week!

From Storytime

Do you have a traveler's soul? Would you love to try food from another country? Have you ever thought about what it was like in the home country of your ancestors? Canton Public Library has a wonderful database that can help you do all those things! The Global Road Warrior database is located in our list of amazing databases that are available to you both at the library and from home with your Canton Public Library Card. Start traveling today!

Winter---brrr! Good thing the Canton Public Library has lots of great television show available for you to watch while you snuggle under a blanket with some hot tea and your favorite cat. This is, of course, the best way to find a new program to enjoy. Not only do we have DVD's, but we have a plethora of online options for adults and kids to watch using our Hoopla e-media link. Enjoy discovering something new!

Also available in: video

Based on the bestselling mysteries by Ann Cleeves, Vera follows a solitary, obsessed, cantankerous investigator who happens to be pure genius at her job.

Winter is officially here. What better way to enjoy it than to bundle up in some nice warm mittens or a scarf. Thursday's Knitting Themed Storytime celebrated hats, scarves, mittens and more. Enjoy these fun knitting reads while you bundle up with a lovely knitted blanket in your living room.

Books Read in Storytime

Down in the ocean live all sorts of creatures. If you missed our Ocean themed storytime, have no fear! Swimmy fins and goggles are on their way--along with a peek at the stories we read and the fun flannel activity we did. Have fun having your own ocean party at home!

Stories from Storytime

Unicorns are bringers of joy. Did you miss our Thursday morning storytime where we talked all about the wonders of Unicorns? Have no fear--here are some great titles that you and your littles can read at home:

From Storytime

I am a unicorn! by Michaela Schuett

While Frog is convinced he's a unicorn with his clip-on tail, party hat horn, and ability to fly on swings, Goat is determined to show Frog that he's not, but Goat is about to learn that when someone truly believes, sometimes magic happens.

Preschool STEAM

STEAM stands for Science Technology Engineering Art Math and we will have lots of fun exploring STEAM topics through books and hands-on activities. This program is open to children ages three to five years old with a caregiver. Registration is required.

Upcoming sessions

Thursday, July 19 - 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Community Room Patterns/Fashion (Art) Registration required.
Thursday, August 16 - 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Community Room Spheros (Technology)

June 21st is Go out and Skate or Skateboard day! Have you always wanted to learn how to be a wheeled wonder? Grab a friend and head outside to a nice, paved trail or to your local roller skating rink!  Also we have some great books on skating and skateboarding, so be sure to check them out for inspiration. 

Longboarding by Mary-Lane Kamberg

Provides an overview of longboarding, which is a variation of skateboarding, offering advice on techniques, equipment, and safety.

Skateboarding by Kristen Rajczak

Introduces skateboarding by presenting historical information about the sport, discussing necessary equipment and techniques, and examining safety procedures.

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